2021 IEEE 93rd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2021-Spring) 2021
DOI: 10.1109/vtc2021-spring51267.2021.9448643
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Abstract: The use of drone base stations offers an agile mechanism to safeguard coverage and provide capacity relief when cellular networks are under stress. Such stress conditions can occur for example in case of special events with massive crowds or network outages. In this paper we focus on a disaster scenario with emergence of a hotspot, and analyze the impact of the drone position (altitude, horizontal position) and selection bias on the network performance. We determine the optimal settings of these control parame… Show more

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“…In light of the aforementioned remarks, it can be assumed that node mobility capabilities and swarm-wide path planning is of utmost importance for the effective relaying of cellular communications for all three examined scenarios (terrestrial mobile network coverage and capacity enhancements and beamforming applications) in Section 3.1. The mobility-awareness and optimal positioning of aerial base stations is an intricate and rather convoluted problem [25], with its complexity being a direct function of an entire spectrum of highly volatile parameters, namely:…”
Section: Mobility and Path Planningmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In light of the aforementioned remarks, it can be assumed that node mobility capabilities and swarm-wide path planning is of utmost importance for the effective relaying of cellular communications for all three examined scenarios (terrestrial mobile network coverage and capacity enhancements and beamforming applications) in Section 3.1. The mobility-awareness and optimal positioning of aerial base stations is an intricate and rather convoluted problem [25], with its complexity being a direct function of an entire spectrum of highly volatile parameters, namely:…”
Section: Mobility and Path Planningmentioning
confidence: 99%